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Analyzing Manziel: Actions expressing priorities

Analyzing Manziel: Actions expressing priorities

Zach Rizk, Columnist

August 26, 2013


Filed under College Sports, Columns, Football, Top Stories

Johnny Manziel. Johnny 'Football'. Johnny Heisman. We’ve all heard the nicknames for last year's Heisman trophy winner. But when was the last time you heard someone acknowledge the young phenomenon simply as a college student? It’s hard to acknowledge Manziel as a college student; something that t...

College players not living up to their commitments

College players not living up to their commitments

Josh Stern, Staff Writer

September 10, 2012


Filed under College Sports, Columns, Football

As college football's publicity rises, the number of student athletes banned, suspended or arrested increases as well. Last year, ESPN was flooded with tabloid stories concerning players who got in trouble. Public intoxication, possession and usage of drugs and resisting arrest are just some of the headlines...

World Peace? More like World War – Why Metta World Peace deserved a more severe penalty for his latest lapse

World Peace? More like World War – Why Metta World Peace deserved a more severe penalty for his latest lapse

Kevin Dukovic, Editor-in-Chief

April 30, 2012


Filed under Columns, Pro Sports, Top Stories

Favorable reputations can take forever to build, but only seconds to dismantle.  Just ask Metta World Peace. Ever since he entered the league in 1999 with the Chicago Bulls, World Peace, formally known as Ron Artest, has been a handful for both the teams he’s played for and for the NBA.  In his...

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